Archive - Sports

February 22nd, 2011

1-A / 2-A REGIONAL BASKETBALL OPENS THURSDAY

REGIONAL TOURNAMENT BASKETBALL - The Tongue River and Big Horn basketball teams open up East regional play Thursday in Newcastle.

In the girls bracket the Big Horn Lady Rams are a #2 seed they open with Southeast at 9:00 Thursday morning.

The Tongue River Lady Eagles are a #1 seed and will open with Lingle Thursday afternoon at 4:00.

In the boys bracket the Eagles are the #2 seed and will play Lingle at noon and the Rams will take their unbeaten record and #1 seed into their game with Pine Bluffs at 7:00.

SHERIDAN 5TH GRADER WINS STATE ELKS HOOP SHOOT CHAMPIONSHIP

Noah Erickson 5th grade Wyoming Elks hoop shoot champ

Highland Park School 5th grader, Noah Erickson, won the State Elk's Free Throw Hoop Shoot for the boy's 10-11 age division in Casper this past weekend.

With His victory he advances on to the Regional Contest March 12th in Denver. He will compete against Nebraska, Kansas, and Colorado as member of Team Wyoming.

The six winning contestants from all age groups in the Regional Contest will advance to the National Finals in Springfield, Massachusetts in April.

Sheridan Shooters win another tournament

THE SHERIDAN SHOOTERS

The Sheridan Shooters 4th grade basketball team won first place at a tournament in Rapid City, South Dakota.

In the picture Back Row L to R: Brock Bomar, Nate Roe, Kade Eisele, Jaxon Parker, Tristan Bower. Front Row L to R: Coach Troy Bower, Eli Johnston, Carter Wells, Garrett Coon and Xander Coon.

LOCAL WEEKEND SPORTS ROUND-UP

Lady Bronc Seniors Haley King, Brianna Smith and Kayla Woodward

LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan Lady Broncs will close out the regular season on the road at Cheyenne Central and East this week Head coach Derek Bissitt says the conference title is on the line.

The Lady Broncs are tied for the conference lead with Gillette if they both win two in Cheyenne this week the conference title will be decided by a tie breaker.

BRONC BASKETBALL - The Broncs gave Gillette a great run in the razor city but came up two points short as the Camels held off the Broncs 53-51.

Bison Weekend Sports Wrap

The Bison Wrestlers finished fifth at the 3A East Regional Tournament in Glenrock, but a number of individuals will move on to the State Tournament next week in Casper.
Douglas took first at Regionals, followed by Torrington, Wheatland, Newcastle, Buffalo, Rawlins, Glenrock, Thermopolis and Cheyenne East.

February 19th

FRIDAY'S LOCAL SPORTS SCORES AND HIGHLIGHTS

Gillette 53
Broncs 51 Riley Ryan 23 points

Big Horn Lady Rams 42
Sundance 34

Big Horn Rams 72
Sundance 41

Both host Rocky Mountain Saturday at 1:30 / 3:00

Tongue River Lady Eagles 49
Greybull 30

Tongue River Eagles 59
Greybull 48

Both host Sundance Saturday 2:30 / 4:00

Rock River 83
NSI 33

A/C Lady Panthers 41
Hulett 39

BRONC WRESTLING - Eight Sheridan Bronc wrestlers made today's semi-finals at the 4-A East Regional tournament in Cheyenne.

The All-class state championships start next Friday at the Casper Events Center.

February 18th

Sheridan Broncs Basketball 2/18/11

The Sheridan Broncs go down to the Gillette Camels in a tight game 53-51.

Weekend Bison Preview

The Buffalo Bison will be moving one step closer to wrapping their winter sports seasons as they compete and ready themselves for their conference and state tournaments.

February 18th

LADY BRONC LOSE, BRONCS ON THE ROAD TONIGHT

Dylan Morin competes for the Bronc at the SImplot Games (photo courtesy of Mike Roberts)

LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan Lady Broncs have lost two in a row after losing to Gillette 74-59 at Sheridan high school last night.

They led 16-15 after the first quarter, Gillette took a three point halftime lead then blew the game open scoring 28 points in the third quarter Lady Broncs Head coach Derek Bissitt.

The Lady Broncs missed Steph Sessions last night the two year starter was in street clothes last night with injury.

February 17th

SHERIDAN / GILLETTE II TONIGHT

LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan Lady Broncs have Gillette at home tonight. The Lady Broncs are 18-1 still ranked number one in 4-A after suffering their first loss of the season in Laramie last week.

They lead the conference race by one game over the Camels Head coach Derek Bissitt expects another good game with the Camels tonight.

Since the loss in Laramie last Saturday Bissitt says the players have responded well to the loss and are looking forward to getting back on the court.